Category Archives: Political Economy

EU referendum – most important decision of our times? Really? | Bulent Gokay


(first published @ openDemocracy, 21 May 2016)   Nothing will be as good outside the EU as LEAVE suggests: the world won’t collapse as REMAIN implies. It is a gigantic distraction, deliberately engineered by competing parts of the elite. [Finishing … Continue reading

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Oil and arms: the US-British-Saudi connection


Letter in the Independent,5th January 2015 Police officers try to disperse protesters in front of the Saudi Embassy in Tehran, Iran, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016 AP As expressed compellingly in your editorial (4 January) – “as long as the wells … Continue reading

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